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Anonymous asked: What is your sexual orientation?
Short answer: Straight.
Long answer: Straight, for the most part.
I have not been in a romantic relationship with either sex. In the event that I fall in love with a man, then I am gay. If I fall in love with a woman, then I am straight.
Despite the nonexistent status of my relationship, I am mostly interested with pursuing a relationship with a woman. Thus I am a straight male.
If this is an insufficient answer, then I kindly ask of you to inquire without anonymity. Embarrassing as it is, I’m not very fond of discussing such personal matters without knowing who gets this knowledge.
My schedule is all over the place. It’s just like last year, except this time I’m taking my core classes instead of all GEs.
I suppose part of this is my fault; I’m still getting the brunt of changing majors mid-year, so I have to go backwards and take classes so I can take the 200 and 300-level courses. In other words, all of the beginning design classes. All of them.
Once again, I’ve got full Tuesdays. See that one hour gap? That’s probably going to be filled up with ENV Council meetings— which explains the self- added “ASA-ENV rep” slot.
I’m pretty bothered by the fact that the university won’t let me take 400-level GE classes unless I rack up 90 units (I’m 87 in by Fall). I’m locked out of the ones I need, so Physics 121 and Poly-Sci 201 are literally buffer classes I could’ve taken elsewhere.
Insult to injury, PLS 201 goes into an hour past my bedtime.
On the bright side, I still do have time to work and train. And at least the design classes will help with portfolio building.